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Everton star backed to out-muscle Chelsea’s veteran


Jermaine Pennant is adamant Dominic Calvert-Lewin will bully Thiago Silva when Everton face Chelsea reside on talkSPORT tonight.

The Toffees striker, 23, has scored 16 targets in 18 appearances for membership and nation this season, incomes rave critiques.

Calvert-Lewin is in red-hot form

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Calvert-Lewin is in red-hot type

In the meantime, Silva, the 36-year-old who arrived on a free switch from Paris Saint-Germain in the summertime, has drastically improved Chelsea’s defence.

Solely Tottenham (9) have conceded fewer Premier League targets than the Blues (11) this time period.

talkSPORT’s Craig Mitch and former Liverpool winger Pennant had been debating which participant would come out on high this weekend.

Mitch mentioned: “How lengthy has he [Calvert-Lewin] been doing it at this degree for this season? About three months.

“How lengthy has Thiago Silva been doing this for? About 20-odd years.”

Pennant replied: “I doesn’t matter, you’re solely pretty much as good as your final recreation.

“Bodily, I believe Dominic will bully him. That’s my private opinion.”

Silva has helped transform Chelsea’s defence

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Silva has helped rework Chelsea’s defence

Chelsea boss Frank Lampard is nicely conscious of the risk Calvert-Lewin possesses.

He mentioned: “What I do respect about Calvert-Lewin is that, and that is from afar as a result of I don’t know him, however it appears like a profession that he has actually labored for.

“That sounds easy however it isn’t an easy pathway.

“Not everybody will get of their first-team at 17 or 18, apart from the Wayne Rooney and Michael Owen varieties of the world.

“Different gamers have to seek out other ways and now he has proven himself, final season and notably this season, persistently he’s an all-round striker.

“Each a part of his recreation is an actual risk.”

Trevor Sinclair compares Dominic Calvert-Lewin to Les Ferdinand and backs Englishman to fireplace Everton into the Champions League this season





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